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On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 4:38 PM, Gilles <> wrote:

I need to customize the live ISO by removing applications my users won't

One of them is LibreOffice: How can I remove it entirely, in one go?

" dpkg -l "libreoffice*" " returns a lot of stuff, with no obvious main
package that I could remove with "apt-get --purge remove":

That's a Debian/Ubuntu question, not a LibreOffice one.

What you need to do is to use the proper tools to create a custom LiveCD.
With those tools, you can select what packages to remove during the
generation of the ISO.
Look for the package 'ubuntu-defaults-builder', which comes with
Ubuntu 12.04 (maybe with 11.10 as well).


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